Open access degree programme.
Months of entry
The MSc in Finance will provide knowledge in three main fields:
Students study in deep the methods used in financial markets to price financial securities: basic principles of stochastic calculus, no-arbitrage principle and risk neutral (martingale) pricing, derivatives pricing, interest rate derivatives, stochastic volatility models, financial econometrics.
Students are exposed to the theoretical framework of modern financial economics: microeconomic models for business and finance, models with asymmetric information and decision under uncertainty, monetary economics and central banking approaches;
Our fundamental courses will provide the knowledge to study financial behaviour of financial and non-financial firms and financial markets.
Information for international students
To be admitted to the MSc in Finance, candidates should possess a solid academic background in the following areas of study: economics, management and business, mathematics, statistics. Knowledge must include the economics of financial markets and principles of financial mathematics.
Fees and funding
The annual fee is divided into three installments, as follows:
- 1st instalment: fixed rate based on the type of degree course (humanities, science, EU regulated).
- 2nd instalment: calculated based on income.
- 3rd instalment: calculated based on merit.
The fee can also vary in the presence of any applicable benefits or exemptions.
Students enrolling at the University of Siena can apply for a DSU (Regional Body for the Right of University Studies) scholarship. The application is open until September/October of each year.
Scholarship assignees will receive a sum of money (covering University fees) and have free access to University canteens and free accommodation at halls of residence, if admitted. Should such accommodation not be available, assignees will be given a rent contribution, if requested.
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
Access requirements (Qualifications): 1 - TITLE OF SUPERIOR SCHOOL and FIRST LEVEL DEGREE 2 - TITLE OF SUPERIOR SCHOOL and DEGREE 3 - TITLE OF SUPERIOR SCHOOL and SECOND LEVEL DEGREE Admission exam details: For the students that in the first cycle degree received a final score less a minimum threshold stated by the course regulation, admission to this graduate programme is subject to the assessment of the personal preparation required to attend the programme. The assessment covers topics defined by the course regulation.
Course contact details
- Prof. Costanza Consolandi